Dutch regulators have opened an investigation into the Mac maker's App Store practices.
Analyst Ming Chi Kuo said that Apple's device releases in the next three years will use a new mini LED screen technology.
Boeing's response to its crashes has included designing a software update that will rely on two sensors instead of one. That may not be enough.
Amazon has joined the internet space race and will deploy 3,236 satellites for sigh-speed global internet access.
In the latest in what has been a series of headaches for Facebook, 540 million records have been exposed on Amazon's cloud servers.
Future unified communications systems could be enhanced with artificial intelligence, opening up the modern workplace up to the possibilities of using automatic identification technologies.
This is a great opportunity for the memory industry.
There's a lot of computing power sitting on some wrists.
Tobacco companies are enlisting the help of social media influencers to promote traditional cigarettes and their brands to young people.
Social media companies struggle to identify and remove hate speech when it's posted. What can computer science reveal about how hate-filled texts and videos spread online?
If you have a finger on the pulse of the world's significant tech trends, then you've already seen the IoT in action.
The confusing fight over the EU Copyright Directive isn't getting any easier.
Qualcomm continues its push beyond smartphones.
New batteries being developed by California startups might make the lithium-ion battery packs on Tesla electric cars obsolete.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg's claimed intent to focus on privacy will be hard to execute, will not happen soon and does not address major concerns about the company's role in society.
The segment is an invaluable asset to Apple's overall business.
Google has paid millions to former top execs forced to resign in an effort to keep these scandals as quiet as possible.
When algorithms are at work, there should be a human safety net to prevent harming people. Artificial intelligence systems can be taught to ask for help.
This move would likely give the social network an even greater competitive advantage.